COLUMBIA — Missouri's win against Kentucky keeps the team at the top of the SEC East standings and in the top 10 of the AP rankings.
Missouri came in at No. 9 in Sunday's poll for the second week in a row.
The top five was shaken up by Oregon's loss to Stanford on Thursday. Oregon dropped to No. 6, while Stanford jumped to No. 5. Alabama kept its No. 1 spot after beating LSU, and Florida State moved up to No. 2. Ohio State and Baylor rounded out the top 5 at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively.
In the SEC, Auburn stayed at No. 7 after beating Tennessee. LSU dropped to No. 18, and Texas A&M came in at No. 10 after beating Mississippi State. South Carolina had a bye week and moved up to No. 11. Georgia moved back onto the rankings at No. 25 after beating Appalachian State.
The new BCS standings will be released Sunday evening.